Date: Saturday 21 January 2017
Location: Clay Bank, North Yorkshire Moors
In the early hours of yesterday morning, our Search and Rescue Dog handler was called to assist Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team. The search involving MRTs and search dogs from across North Yorkshire and the North East resulted in a positive outcome.
The incident involved two Team members for 6 hours 30 minutes.
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Tuesday 27 September, 08.17hrs
Teesdale & Weardale Search and Mountain Rescue Team (TWSMRT) requested the Team’s assistance for what turned out to be a major search for a 40 year old grouse beater. The male went missing at 3.00 pm on Monday 26th September on Warcop Fell near the top of Lunedale County Durham. After searching for two hours without success his fellow beaters contacted the Police and Kirkby Stephen Mountain Rescue Team were contacted.
As time progressed realising that there was a huge potential search area help was requested from neighbouring MRTs, including TWSMRT. The search escalated overnight and in the early hours to involve teams from the Lake District Search And Mountain Rescue Association, the Yorkshire Dales Rescue Panel, the whole of the North East Search and Rescue Association, a RAF Mountain Rescue Team, 8 search dogs from the Search And Rescue Dog Association England and the Lake District Search & Rescue Dog Association, a and ourselves.
Conditions for searchers overnight were horrendous, and even in the daylight of Tuesday low cloud over the hills hampered the search.
As the weather improved and after a massive effort, the beater was found by a search group at 2.15pm today. He was warmed up and returned to the road safe and well. A good outcome for all concerned.
The incident involved 8 Team members for 9 hours 45 minutes.
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